Six people have been arrested on allegations of match fixing in the UK after an investigation by The Telegraph.
Among those held by the National Crime Agency was former Bolton striker Delroy Facey. However the agency have said that no Premier League clubs have been implicated in the investigation. A match fixer from Singapore who met with the Telegraph during their undercover enquiries was also arrested.
He explained that the cost is high in England for any rigging of matches, saying 'usually for the players it is £70,000'.
In a second meeting with their investigator the fixer correctly predicted how many goals would be scored in a match taking place the following day: